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Man caught mid-shave in strangers’ home

Man caught mid-shave in strangers’ home

A Woodburn man was arrested Tuesday, Sept. 27, after he was discovered shaving in the home of a Keizer couple. Keizer police officers responded to the report of a burglary at 5:45 p.m. in the 5700 block of Kalmia Drive N.E. The husband had recently returned home and found a stranger in a bathroom shaving […]

Joseph Leo Bagg

Joseph Leo Bagg

March 27, 1926 – September 23, 2016

Cow pasture decisions must be made according to law

Cow pasture decisions must be made according to law

FROM THE MAYOR’S DESK Land use matters are tricky.  When the City Council hears certain types of land use applications, we sit as judges and have to weigh all facts provided to us against a strict set of criteria and State statutes.  The state requirements the city and the council must follow are the result […]

This veteran will honor anthem

This veteran will honor anthem

To the Editor: First, thanks to Gene McIntyre for his remarks in last week’s Keizertimes (Protests during national anthem, Sept. 23). I would like to add just one item regarding the United States Code having to do with rising, removing your hat and standing at attention for the playing of the national anthem. Legislation passed […]

Thank you community

Thank you community

To the Editor: McNary High School’s Band Day was a huge success! The band was out in full force on Sept. 10 collecting refundable cans, bottles and monetary donations. One hundred and fifteen band members, over 25 parent volunteers, the entire band booster staff and the amazing members of our beloved Keizer community came together […]

Donald Trump clings to deception

Donald Trump clings to deception

By MICHAEL GERSON    There is a story from the history of professional wrestling in which a manager named Freddie Blassie comes to the edge of the ring and, while the referee is distracted, breaks a cane over the head of the opposing wrestler. After the match an interviewer asked Blassie, “Where’s that cane of […]

Stop blaming PERS for money problems

Stop blaming PERS for money problems

A number of Oregonians chronically grouse about and wring their hands over the cost of PERS as causing all the state’s fiscal problems. However, fairness and law reigned and the Oregon Supreme Court shot down the plan to cut PERS retirees’ benefits due established and continued by contractual obligations. But when it has come to raising taxes on those most able […]

Agenda for Keizer City Council meeting

Agenda for Keizer City Council meeting

Monday, October 3

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